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  • We are conveniently located a few miles up the beautiful Saco River, and are sheltered from the ravages of coastal storms.
  • The Saco River is easily navigated - it is well marked - and you can make the journey at dead low tide with a draft as much as 5' 6". (If  you draw more than 5' 6", wait until a little after dead low - we have an 8-10 foot tide.) CLICK HERE FOR TIDE CHART
  • Rumery's is a short walk from the AMTRAK Downeaster station with service to Boston.
  • We are close to downtown Biddeford and Saco, both wonderful old mill towns with great places to eat, houses of worship, tattoo parlors, pubs, and all the supplies you might need.
  • Rumery's has a dedicated crew of long-time employees who will take care of your boat in the manner you deem appropriate. 



A note from Rumery's about Electrical Systems

A critical part of your boat's systems. You might know where everything is, but in an emergency situation will your crew be able to find the right breaker? Will they put themselves at risk if they open the panel while the boat is being rocked and tossed about?

  • Your electrical system should be laid out so that it is safe in the most extreme conditions, not just when tied to your slip. 

  • Batteries: choose the right ones and the right location.

  • Make sure your wiring is up to ABYC standards. 

  • Any AC wiring on board must be protected from accidental exposure to you or your crew (or the techs). 

  • Make sure you are not leaking any current into the water around your boat or dock. 


  • Be certain that your critical pumps are wired properly and not shut off when your batteries are off. 

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